Live from LaVal's program from March 4, 1993 hosted by Earl Oliver and featuring Cathy Moya and Chuck Brodsky.
Run time 00:28:23Producer Jump City ProductionsProduction Company Jump City ProductionsAudio/Visual sound, colorLanguage EnglishContact Information Jump City Productions
Cathy Moya was a popular Renaissance Faire performer in the San Francisco Bay Area throughout the 1990s. Her wonderful voice and unusual style on the dulcimer made her a crowd favorite wherever she appeared.
Chuck Brodsky toured extensively throughout the US, Canada, and Ireland for many years, playing at folk festivals such as Tønder in Denmark, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Kerrville, Philadelphia, and Strawberry, as well as the Lincoln Center Out of Door series in New York, among others. Some of the artists he's appeared in concert with include Arlo Guthrie, Janis Ian, Pete Seeger, Tim O'Brien, Ramblin' Jack Elliot, John Hartford, Greg Brown, Gillian Welch, Dick Gaughan, Tom Paxton, Ferron, Richie Havens, Patty Larkin, Steve Forbert, The Kingston Trio, and Christine Lavin.
"Baseball's troubadour poet laureate... Chuck combines his gift for lyrics and melody with his love for baseball history and culture, and in the process creates a new chapter in the folklore of our national pastime."
---Tim Wiles, director of research, National Baseball Hall of Fame Library
"What tales this singer-songwriter from Philadelphia has...With insight and good humor, he has taken these life experiences and distilled them into old fashioned story songs brimming with wit and compassion."
---New York Times
"One of the finest singer-songwriters in America. There are alot of good ones, but when it comes to the really great ones it boils down to select few -- he’s one of them"
---Larry Groce - Mountain Stage (National Public Radio)